I graduated with a BEng in Biomedical engineering from King’s College London in 2016. Throughout my degree, I was part of a few projects, one involved a novel and more efficient self-navigation technique for 2D ECG-free breath-held cardiac MRI and my 3rd year project was based on generating better 3D computer modelling of the heart using cardiac cine MRI. These all helped me to realise how much I enjoy being at the cutting edge of research and being able to create and incorporate novel idea in medical imaging, even more so during my year off to help care for my brother.
Therefore, when I discovered the project ‘The development of novel visualization techniques for medical images using a holographic volumetric display’ my inner science geek screamed and I had to be part of it. With this PhD, I will be able to achieve my goal as a researcher and inventor of medical technologies at a renowned university.